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  1. Industry Analysis Problems Exam I Matthew W. Ford College of Business Northern Kentucky University

  2. CGW Industry5 Forces Summary Possibly a ‘3 minus’ industry—not favorable for sustained profits Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  3. 3.3 Study of the national food processing industry reveals the following info: 12 competitors; largest firm has 18% market share; high amounts of specialized equipment; high volume, low variety operating processes; large number of agricultural suppliers; growing popularity of stores that sell fresh, unprocessed food; large number of mergers in the downstream food distribution industry; federal regulations that require food processors to meet complex operating standards before output can be sold. Use a Five Forces framework to categorize this info & to assess potential for sustained industry profits. (You might consider a + 0 – approach similar to our class example to help your analysis) Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  4. 3.3Relevant Info Study of the national food processing industry reveals the following info: 12 competitors; largest firm has 18% market share; high amounts of specialized equipment; high volume, low variety operating processes; large number of agricultural suppliers; growing popularity of stores that sell fresh, unprocessed food; large number of mergers in the downstream food distribution industry; federal regulations that require food processors to meet complex operating standards before output can be sold. Use a Five Forces framework to categorize this info & to assess potential for sustained industry profits. (You might consider a + 0 – approach similar to our class example to help your analysis) Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  5. Five Forces Connection Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  6. 3.3 Overall Overall, seems neutral to slightly negative (-/o) for sustainable industry profits to me. Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  7. 3.4 Information gathered on the lawn care services industry in Northern Kentucky reveals the following: 35 firms; 10% decline in average billing value over the past 3 years; primary equipment includes trucks, lawnmowers, leaf blowers, garden tools; development of low maintenance yards (e.g, mulch, wild flowers instead of grass); local hardware and material suppliers replaced by national chains; some residential and commercial customers doing their own lawn care; new employees develop skills quickly. Use a Five Forces framework to categorize this info & to assess potential for sustained industry profits. (You might consider a + 0 – approach similar to our class example to help your analysis) Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  8. 3.4 Relevant Info Information gathered on the lawn care services industry in Northern Kentucky reveals the following: 35 firms; 10% decline in average billing value over the past 3 years; primary equipment includes trucks, lawnmowers, leaf blowers, garden tools; development of low maintenance yards (e.g, mulch, wild flowers instead of grass); local hardware and material suppliers replaced by national chains; some residential and commercial customers doing their own lawn care; new employees develop skills quickly. Use a Five Forces framework to categorize this info & to assess potential for sustained industry profits. (You might consider a + 0 – approach similar to our class example to help your analysis) Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  9. Five Forces Connection Exam I Industry Analysis Problems

  10. 3.3 Overall Perhaps a ‘5 minus’ industry! Exam I Industry Analysis Problems